428 Kennedy Hall
I am an assistant professor in the Department of Policy Analysis and Management at Cornell University. I am an applied micro-economist with broad interests in development economics, health economics, public economics, education economics, and labor economics. The main goal of my research is to understand the impact and behavioral responses to the public/private intervention programs in both developed and developing countries. I have been investigating various public intervention programs including cancer screening, general health screening, long-term care insurance, girls' education support program, HIV/AIDS prevention programs such as male circumcision and HIV testing, mother and child health programs as well as job incentive schemes.
I am working as an impact evaluation adviser in Asian Development Bank.
Intermediate Microeconomics (PAM 2000)
Early Childhood Economics and Policy (PAM 4070/ECON 3725)
Global Health Economics and Policy (PAM 4140/ECON 3740)
Intermediate Microeconomics for Public Affairs (PADM5210)
Development Economics and Public Policy (PAM 5210)